Welcome to the Monkey House

Welcome to the Monkey House

by The Dandy Warhols


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Product Details

Release Date: 07/22/2003
Label: Emd Int'l
UPC: 0724358202205
catalogNumber: 582022
Rank: 141317

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dandy Warhols   Primary Artist
Nile Rodgers   Rhythm Guitar
Simon LeBon   Background Vocals
Nick Rhodes   Synthesizer
Tony Visconti   Electric Bass,Background Vocals
Mark Tinley   Guitar
Zia McCabe   Bass,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Brent DeBoer   Electric Bass,Drums,Background Vocals
James "Ham" Jackson   Electric Piano
Yoad Nevo   Guitar
Adam Flick   Electric Bass
Jami Jackson   Electric Piano
Sally Boyden   Background Vocals
Parker Posey   Mandolin
Peter Loew   Guitar

Technical Credits

Nick Rhodes   Producer
Bjorn Thorsrud   Producer,Engineer
Tony Visconti   Producer
Jeremy Wheatley   Programming,Producer
Sebastian Arocha Morton   Producer,Engineer,Remixing
Brian "The Project" Coates   Engineer
Yoad Nevo   Programming
Ron English   Paintings

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Welcome to the Monkey House 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the first time i heard the song "we used to be friends" was when i was watching the o.c. season 1 dvd set. i was like, omg, i love this song so, on a limb, i went out and bought the c.d. for one song. AND NOW I LOVE ALL OF THEM!!! this is one c.d. worth buying!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of the better CD's I've bought lately. I really liked thier sound. I heard them first in the movie Igby Goes Down, and was very impressed by thier song "bohemian like you." Thier music is pretty original and good, and i think fits into many genres of music.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There is no finer band in the land these days than the Dandy Warhols. There is no book, there is no movie nor video that warrants repetitive consumption than this new cd from the Dandy's. This band should be much bigger than they are but I'll take them in cult status any day. No one is better and if you have a chance to see them live do it. All their work is monumental making all other offerings tepid and weak. Brilliant.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really loved this cd! It was the perfect mixture between upbeat and depressing, if got me to think about my life although at the same time did not depress me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago